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    Bitcoin ransom of $1m paid for cryptocurrency boss
    Dec29

    Bitcoin ransom of $1m paid for cryptocurrency boss

    Exmo executive released after being grabbed in Ukraine by masked gang …read more Source: Financial...

    Russian cryptocurrency expert Pavel Lerner ‘kidnapped’ in Kyiv, say reports
    Dec29

    Russian cryptocurrency expert Pavel Lerner ‘kidnapped’ in Kyiv, say reports

    The head executive of Exmo Bitcoin exchange Pavel Lerner has reportedly been kidnapped on the streets of Kyiv. His company, which focuses on trading cryptocurrencies in east Europe, says it is still operating normally. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Stalin’s legacy lives on in city that slaves built – archive,  1994
    Dec29

    Stalin’s legacy lives on in city that slaves built – archive, 1994

    29 December 1994 James Meek in Norilsk talks to a victim of the gulag 50 years ago whose Arctic exile is still not overAt the end of the second world war, as Europe was preparing to celebrate its victory over fascism, the Soviet authorities arrested an entire school of teenage girls from western Ukraine, named them enemies of the people, took...

    Russia hackers plan to ‘RULE WORLD’ using Ukraine as ‘training ground’ for UK attack
    Dec29

    Russia hackers plan to ‘RULE WORLD’ using Ukraine as ‘training ground’ for UK attack

    RUSSIA is hacking computers in Ukraine to learn how to compromise cyberspace in the UK, Brussels and US, a security expert has claimed. …read more Source:...

    Russian cryptocurrency expert Pavel Lerner ‘kidnapped’ in Kyiv, say reports
    Dec29

    Russian cryptocurrency expert Pavel Lerner ‘kidnapped’ in Kyiv, say reports

    The head executive of Exmo Bitcoin exchange Pavel Lerner has reportedly been kidnapped on the streets of Kyiv. His company, which focuses on trading cryptocurrencies in east Europe, says it is still operating normally. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Stalin’s legacy lives on in city that slaves built – archive,  1994
    Dec29

    Stalin’s legacy lives on in city that slaves built – archive, 1994

    29 December 1994 James Meek in Norilsk talks to a victim of the gulag 50 years ago whose Arctic exile is still not overAt the end of the second world war, as Europe was preparing to celebrate its victory over fascism, the Soviet authorities arrested an entire school of teenage girls from western Ukraine, named them enemies of the people, took...

    Russia hackers plan to ‘RULE WORLD’ using Ukraine as ‘training ground’ for UK attack
    Dec29

    Russia hackers plan to ‘RULE WORLD’ using Ukraine as ‘training ground’ for UK attack

    RUSSIA is hacking computers in Ukraine to learn how to compromise cyberspace in the UK, Brussels and US, a security expert has claimed. …read more Source:...

    Russian cryptocurrency expert Pavel Lerner ‘kidnapped’ in Kyiv, say reports
    Dec29

    Russian cryptocurrency expert Pavel Lerner ‘kidnapped’ in Kyiv, say reports

    The head executive of Exmo Bitcoin exchange Pavel Lerner has reportedly been kidnapped on the streets of Kyiv. His company, which focuses on trading cryptocurrencies in east Europe, says it is still operating normally. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Stalin’s legacy lives on in city that slaves built – archive,  1994
    Dec29

    Stalin’s legacy lives on in city that slaves built – archive, 1994

    29 December 1994 James Meek in Norilsk talks to a victim of the gulag 50 years ago whose Arctic exile is still not overAt the end of the second world war, as Europe was preparing to celebrate its victory over fascism, the Soviet authorities arrested an entire school of teenage girls from western Ukraine, named them enemies of the people, took...

    Moscow: US Crossed Line By Announcing Decision to Provide Ukraine With Weapons
    Dec28

    Moscow: US Crossed Line By Announcing Decision to Provide Ukraine With Weapons

    The United States crossed the line by announcing a decision to provide Ukraine with weapons, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said on Saturday. On Friday, the US State Department announced plans to give Ukraine military assistance to help protect its territorial integrity. “The United States crossed the line in a sense by announcing...

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